One of the features I love about Wix is that you can quickly expand your website with apps. This helps you to make your website more appealing to your visitors.
There are all sorts of apps on the Wix App Market, and in this post, I list the 5 best free (?) Wix apps that you should install on your website.
After writing so many reviews about various online builders, I wanted to do something different. So this time, I wrote an article that drills a bit deeper into one particular website builder's features.
The builder I'm talking about is Wix. In this post, I introduce 6 Wix features that I love, which you should also try.
The fact is, you can’t attract everyone, and this is the case with online sitebuilders too.
There are currently many of them competing for your attention, and Wix is one of them. It is the biggest player in the market, but still, it’s not everyone’s choice.
You don’t need to purchase a domain when you build a website. But it is highly recommended that you do so if you want to give a professional image of yourself.
In this article, I talk about Wix domains and how to register a domain name through Wix. I also introduce another way to register domains, although this route is a bit more technical. Yet, you can save money by taking advantage of it.
Wix is probably the biggest online site builder there is right now.
According to their own statistics, they have reached 110 million user mark in 2017. This figure is naturally way bigger when compared to some of its competitors like Weebly (over 30 million users) or Squarespace (“millions of users”).
In this Wix review, I’ll share what I think about this platform, its main features and whether it’s a good fit for your next web platform.